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[SOLVED][1.8.9] How do you detect whether the player is looking up or down?


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So I'm trying to make a 3x3 pickaxe. Everything is fine, but whenever I look up or down, it doesn't exactly perform the function I'm asking for. It mines sideways when ever I look up or down.

 

Here's my onBlockDestroyed code:

 

@Override

public boolean onBlockDestroyed(ItemStack stack, World worldIn, Block blockIn, BlockPos pos, EntityLivingBase playerIn)

{

int x = pos.getX():

int y = pos.getY();

Int z = pos.getZ();

 

if(playerIn.getHorizontalFacing() == EnumFacing.UP || playerIn.getHorizontalFacing() == EnumFacing.DOWN)

{

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x + 1, y, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x + 1, y, z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x + 1, y, z + 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x + 1, y,  z + 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x + 1, y, z - 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x + 1, y,  z - 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y, z + 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y,  z + 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y, z - 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y,  z - 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x - 1, y, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x - 1, y,  z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x - 1, y, z + 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x - 1, y,  z + 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x - 1, y, z - 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x - 1, y,  z - 1), true);

} else if(playerIn.getHorizontalFacing() == EnumFacing.EAST || playerIn.getHorizontalFacing() == EnumFacing.WEST)

{

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y + 1, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y + 1, z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y + 1, z - 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y + 1,  z - 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y + 1, z + 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y + 1,  z + 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y, z - 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y,  z - 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y, z + 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y,  z + 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y - 1,  z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y - 1,  z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y - 1, z - 1)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y - 1,  z - 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y - 1, z + 1)) ==  Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y - 1,  z + 1), true);

} else if(playerIn.getHorizontalFacing() == EnumFacing. NORTH || playerIn.getHorizontalFacing() == EnumFacing.SOUTH)

{

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y + 1, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y + 1, z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x + 1, y + 1, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x + 1, y + 1,  z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x - 1, y + 1, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x - 1, y + 1,  z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x + 1, y, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x + 1, y,  z - 1), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x - 1, y, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x - 1, y,  z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x, y - 1,  z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x, y - 1,  z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x + 1, y - 1, z)) == Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x + 1, y - 1,  z), true);

if(worldIn.getBlockState(new BlockPos(x - 1, y - 1, z)) ==  Blocks.stone.getDefaultState())

worldIn.destroyBlock(new BlockPos(x - 1, y - 1,  z), true);

}

 

return true;

}

 

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I wouldn't use where the player is looking at, as you can be looking up and still hit a block from the sides. Get where he hit the block mined, that side is better to use.

 

Ah yes. How would i go about doing that? Would i get the block the player is looking at?

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I see you want it for a 3x3 pick. This is what I did for my hammer in a mod I'm working on.

 

Inside the "onBlockDestroyed" get the

 

MovingObjectPosition movingobjectposition = this.getMovingObjectPositionFromPlayer(worldIn, (EntityPlayer) playerIn, flag);

 

And then you can switch "movingobjectposition.sideHit"

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I see you want it for a 3x3 pick. This is what I did for my hammer in a mod I'm working on.

 

Inside the "onBlockDestroyed" get the

 

MovingObjectPosition movingobjectposition = this.getMovingObjectPositionFromPlayer(worldIn, (EntityPlayer) playerIn, flag);

 

And then you can switch "movingobjectposition.sideHit"

 

Thanks!

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